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Support our work today! The Sex Workers Outreach Project- Sacramento is a California State social justice network dedicated to reducing harm, improving healthcare, and upholding both civil and human rights of sex workers and their communities. We rely entirely on financial support from people like you to do the important work that we do.

Monthly giving is the best giving option for both SWOP Sacramento and our supporters – it allows us to have a dependable base of support and save time, banking fees and paper by not having to send supporters future reminders and renewal notices.

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SWOP Sacramento is a non-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)organization.     TAX ID# 26-2264638

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The Grief of Retirement: A Sex Work Ritual

May 24th, 2018|Comments Off on The Grief of Retirement: A Sex Work Ritual

"The Grief of Retirement: A Sex Work Ritual" By former SWOP-USA Vice President Katie Bloomquist MS, MA, LAMFT Originally published here In my therapeutic work with people who sell sexual services, I consider myself to [...]

Backpage Seized by the Feds (and shut down)

April 6th, 2018|Comments Off on Backpage Seized by the Feds (and shut down)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Katie Bloomquist katie@swopusa.org We at SWOP-USA are disheartened, disappointed, and furious to hear that yet another advertising platform that sexworkers use to screen clients and advertise their services has been seized [...]

Call For Graphic Design Submissions

March 29th, 2018|Comments Off on Call For Graphic Design Submissions

Got a heART for ART?  Want to win a cool $1000 prize? SWOP-USA is re-branding and we are hosting a contest to design a NEW LOGO for our organization that can be adapted for use [...]

SWOP-USA Suggested Policy Position on Sex Work & Decriminalization

March 25th, 2018|Comments Off on SWOP-USA Suggested Policy Position on Sex Work & Decriminalization

Sex work is work, and sex workers’ rights are labor rights. The criminalization of the sex industry exacerbates violence and exploitation against marginalized sex workers, severs them from vital systems of support, and pushes instances [...]

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